Bethel Christian School has not made a decision about participating in the state school voucher program. Reserving the right to set accelerated standards for its students regarding conduct, dress and scholarship, Bethel Christian School is committed to exemplary Christian values, academic achievement, behavioral standards and small teacher/student ratios. Because the school maintains a higher criteria for student admissions than the public school system, the school is still investigating the requirements of the state program.
Leadership Lincoln XXVI is holding a copy paper drive, allowing the community a chance to provide tangible resources for teachers. Several sponsorship levels are available and every contribution makes a difference. For more information or to make a donation contact Leadership Lincoln team member Steve Parker at email@example.com, Travis Napper at firstname.lastname@example.org or Caskey Schexnyder at email@example.com.
The second annual Community Building Competition will be from 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday in the hallway of Woodard Hall, near the IDEA Place on the Louisiana Tech University campus. The event is brought to the community by Bricks 4 Kidz and The IDEA Place.
“The contest is a fun way for children and adults in our community to show off their LEGO building skills,” Sarah Wages, managing director of Bricks 4 Kidz, said. “This is our second year to host it with The IDEA Place. Last year we had 66 entries and we are hoping for more this year.”
At approximately 6:45 a.m. Thursday, the Lincoln Parish Fire Department responded to a report of a mobile home fire on Country Roads Lane.
Country Roads Lane is a private street located off of Louisiana Highway 3005 south of Grambling. LPFD spokesman Jim Hilton said upon arrival of the first responding fire apparatus, the fire was already out. Investigation determined that there had been a fire in the mobile home’s central air conditioning unit.